Zero Avoidable Waste Report published by the Green Construction Board

Zero Avoidable Waste in construction means preventing waste being generated at every stage of a project’s lifecycle, from the manufacture of materials and products, the design, specification, procurement and assembly of buildings and infrastructure through to deconstruction. At the end of life, products, components and materials should be recovered at the highest possible level of the waste hierarchy, i.e. reused before being recycled, whilst ensuring minimal environmental impact.

Read the full report Zero Avoidable Waste in Construction – Interpretation Report.

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